by, Paul Collin ( The UPI Guy columnist at Project Camelot )

LOS ANGELES – May 8, 2020 – Entering my eighth ( 8th ) year of volunteer research’ writing full ‘Reports’ exclusively for Project Camelot, I also issue ‘Briefs whereby both forms of my conveyances have always been supported by verifiably sound official and / or professional ‘research reference’ webpage links for public, private and academia conveniences.

Because The UPI Guy ‘Briefs’ ( per se ) are not usually posted on Project Camelot, ‘this particular Brief’ is purposely designed to give both general public audience readers, academics and reviewers a little idea of what I’m accustomed to providing for the global enhancement of greater knowledgeability.

A brief personal update ( immediately below ):

As If Matters Couldn’t Get Worse They Just Did –

Currently, I’m sitting here stranded in my van in the middle of a hot desert where my 1/2 gallon of water and 1/2 can of chilli beans is all I have left to eat to keep me alive so, I’m very weak now. I have enough gasoline to drive 65-miles to a bank ATM machine but do not have enough money for food again.

In short, financially broken, not in good medical health, physically handicapped and out of much needed expensive antibiotics to stop my NTM / MAC ( a Non-Tuberculosis Mycobacteria identified as Mycobacteria Avian Complex ) left lung infection ( see, e.g. January 14, 2020 research published on Project Camelot, at: ), I’m pretty-much soon to be a dead-stick soon.

If you or someone you know can help me in some way, I’d really appreciate that ASAP. Thank you.

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Thanks for anything you can do to help during my emergency. I am very desperate and growing weaker with hardly any energy left.

Now, here ( below ) is my Brief:

What Is ‘Commonly Known’ About Banco Rural S.A. –

BANCO RURAL S.A. was founded in 1948 and is based in Belo Horizonte, Brazil with other representative locations in The Bahamas, Portugal, and elsewhere.

BANCO RURAL SA operates in the investment and banking industry.

THE RURAL GROUP is represented in Miami, Florida, USA by RURAL SECURITIES INC., a full-service United States Broker Dealer clearing through BEAR, STERNS SECURITIES CORP. offering its retail and institutional clients an array of investment products and services.

BANCO RURAL S.A. in Brazil provides a variety of commercial banking services in addition to banking services for small and medium-sized businesses in Brazil; it offers credit and investment solutions including CDBs, RDBs, FIDCs and investment funds; plus, insurance and retirement products to individuals and companies.

BANCO RURAL S.A. clientele, includes:

Federal, State, and Municipal Civil Servants;

Public Employees of Autarchies;

Public Foundations and Retirement Institutions; and,

Retired and Pensioned Workers.

BANCO RURAL S.A. operates as a subsidiary of Trap zio S.A.


Brazil National Consumer Retail Fuel Stations –

There are no longer any light vehicles in Brazil running on pure gasoline. Since 1976 the government made it mandatory to blend ‘anhydrous ethanol’ with ‘gasoline’ wherein officials claim the content ‘anhydrous ethanol’ amount mixed only fluctuates between 10% to 22%.

Those official content percentage amounts however, are often juggled, skewed, unregulated, and for long periods of time officially absent with little to no proper testing of that fuel mix at consumer retail fuel stations where pumps either have no officially dated inspection stickers additionally or counterfeit inspection stickers on the fuel pumps. Why?

Anhydrous Ethanol is very-very inexpensive so, the greater the fuel content amount of anhydrous ethanol, the lesser the content of more expensively refined gasoline. And, who would know the difference?

Anhydrous Ethanol contains a non-petroleum based higher moisture content so, by fueling vehicle engines with harmful impurities promoting build-up contamination deposits over time, and in the long-run costs retail consumers of fuel for their vehicles more financial hardships as more vehicle repair service and replacement parts eventually become ‘suddenly needed earlier’ rather than later on during their vehicle life expectancy.

Brazil retail consumers of fuel at gas stationsstation pumps have very little to no recourse when it comes to purchasing legitimately mixed fuels from pumps so, all people can do is to at-least focus on patronizing only reputable owned fuel stations, and being able to accomplish ‘that feat’ requires greater knowledgeability, which is precisely why you really need to read this Brief now.

What Is ‘Usually Not Known’ About Banco Rural S.A. –

Brazil’s BANCO RURAL S.A. activities including that which surrounds a methanol plant share some awfully curious and downright seedy financial business, businesses and people that don’t add-up legitimately upon further scrutiny.

Located in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, BANCO RURAL S.A. was founded by Sabino Rabello who had two ( 2 ) daughters Katia Rabello and two ( 2 ) sisters Nora Rabello and Junia Rabello.

Junia Rabello was supposed-to take over the family bank ( i.e. BANCO RURAL S.A. ) from her father ( Sabino Rabello ) however, in 1999 when Junia Rabello died in a helicopter crash leaving BANCO RURAL S.A. fall in-to the hands of Katia Rabello.

BANCO RURAL S.A. was the bank people would go to if a person needed certain types of assistance (e.g. manipulate a judge, manipulate a bid, defraud creditors, money-launder, etc.) it could take special care-of certain types of clients and usually did.

The main culprit in this fraudulent case circumstance surrounds Ari Natalino da Silva who ran most all his curiously dishonest practices for considerable benefits through BANCO RURAL S.A.

Ari Natalino da Silva is a colorful man or was until he died. Ari made his money as a ‘highway-man’ by robbing trucks and killing truck drivers. And, as Ari Natalino da Silva’s business grew, he needed a ‘business front company’ ( place ) to hide all his ill-gotten gains by money-laundering it so, he started buying more and more gasoline stations throughout Brazil.

If that was not enough, each gas station was owned by a BVI ( British Virgin Islands ) company whereby yet another Ari Natalino da Silva owned front company would hold a mortgage on the gas station and the BVI entity owning the gas station. So, as Ari Natalino da Silva would obtain credits from suppliers, and, over time, he would stretch-out the payments to those creditors of a gas station. And, when Ari Natalino da Silva eventually fell into default on paying those creditors, his ‘first company ( i.e. the primary creditor ) holding the lien would ‘foreclose’ and leave all the other creditors unpaid. This was done many multiple times with gasoline stations, and some gasoline stations saw that happen more than one time too, with all payments for the gasoline stations and the Ari Natalino da Silva front company lining up at Banco Rural S.A.

Ari used his prowess as an owner of several gas station chains to get a real business, a 100,000,000 million dollar ethanol plant. For this, he needed not one of his front companies in the BVI – but he actually needed bank help.

The Brazil government would guarantee / underwrite about 70% of costs in a turn-key plant whereas for the remaining cost balance he borrowed from BANCO RURAL S.A. And, true to form, he tried the same trick with the 100,000,000 million ethanol plant too, just as he had done with his gas stations.

The entity was called PETROFORTE. Ari Natalino da Silva ran up extra debt and then defaulted on paying on a promissory note loan due to a company called SECURE INVEST ( a Cayman Island company ); a loan run through and serviced by BANCO RURAL.

Then, during Receivership, SECURE INVEST would attempt wresting-control of the refinery away-from all the other creditors whereupon at the time of default SECURE INVEST was ‘primary creditor’ thereby positioned for repayment first.

Within the Receivership case matter, both the Receiver and the Judge sensed something afoul warranting investigation surrounding SECURE INVEST.

Calling-out the attorney for SECURE INVEST, the Judge wanted to know ‘each and every one of the ultimate beneficial owners of SECURE INVEST’ afterwhich an attorney believed-named Robert McAuley ( sp ? ) provided Affidavit from two ( 2 ) owners of SECURE INVEST; one ( 1 ), a woman ( in Florida operating a laundromat business ) plus, another from one ( 1 ) man ( in Texas believed-operating a cleaning service still unverified ).

The Receiver dispatched an investigator to speak with each of these ultimate beneficial owners apparently unaware they owned a lender foreclosing on a 100,000,000 million dollar methanol plant’, and it is understood an attorney surfaced having enticed each person with $1,000 for just signing some papers to the effect of ownership just as the Receiver was proceeding civilly after BANCO RURAL S.A. and Katia Rabello.

Katia Rabello claims she is financially broke however, accompanying this ever-so brief summary are bank wire transfers showing a number of those to ZUCHER CANTONAL BANK where between 5,000,000,000 ( billion BRL ) and 15,000,000,000 ( billion BRL are missing from the bank, which ( interestingly enough ) is very close to the sums of money sent to ZUCHER CANTONAL BANK; moreover, as indicative of the bank wire transfer link to Katia Rabello for a 500,000,000 million dollar cattle ranch in Uruguay.

Research References ( below ):

Pravda News ( Ari Natalino da Silva / PETROFORTE ):

Ari Natalino da Silva / PETROFORTE:

BANCO RURAL S.A. Billionairess Katia Rabello:

U.S. Federal Court Record ( an ADOBE Acrobat Reader .pdf electronic file format ‘Download’):–9hnCefua-peit_gpV1GIvWa_jIGAe3b51USE-IAaWi3Jx0

In RE: Katia Rabello:

Attached to my Brief ( herein ) are two ( 2 ) ADOBE Acrobat Reader files filled with detailed financial institution wire transfer transactions relative to this Brief, and you may click on either Bank Wires List Batch 1 and / or Bank Wires List Batch 2 ( immediately below ):

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This Brief combined with the aforementioned two ( 2 ) attachments provides an inside look at just how pervasive these criminal enterprise undertakings can be, operating with kingpin fraudsters, and official complicity in corrupt financial institutions all facilitating each other in ongoing global serious financial crimes, which all terrorist networks seek to use in money-laundering for the support of like-minded comrades seeking to launch death and destruction attacks on-to thousands of innocent men, women and children around the world.

If you’d like to help curb those as aforementioned involved, please send a link to this Brief for further review by a friend or colleague of your’s.

Thank you.

Cordially submitted for review and commentary by,

Paul Collin, The Unwanted Publicity Intelligence Guy ( The UPI Guy columnsit at Project Camelot )

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